Lost Ladies of the Windswept Moor
Despite warnings, Janet Clarissa Clarke went to Cheviot Chase to restore Lord Rathbone's priceless collection of paintings. But even though she was instantly drawn to the enigmatic lord, she soon sensed a foreboding of evil--and became caught in a nightmare of danger.
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